There's a new hospital logo on the floor, as well as on the sliding coffee sleeves. According to Richard, the latter has excellent thermal retention. The ER is open again, there's a new charting system and everyone, especially Owen, is jazzed to use the hospital's new toy. Okay, it's not really a toy. It's a state-of-art machine that does a full body x-ray in 13 seconds. Grey + Sloan Memorial Hospital is officially open for business. All they need now is juicy trauma to try out their new toy… er… uh… x-ray machine.
April considers breaking up with her boyfriend because he's never been to the carnival. It's metaphor for having sex. In other news, Owen resigns himself to look for a marble Heather stuck up her nose when she was six-years-old. Thankfully, there's been a motorcycle crash. While it's bad news for the biker, it's good news for the docs. They get to use the new toy. It really does take only 13 seconds to diagnose all the patient's problems. Everyone is amazed. Some things are worth the wait. This is something April starts to realize.
Cristina is peeved when a high-functioning moron she used to know gets published in a medical journal. Her fury is put on hold when Dr. Russell asks her to assist on a super cool case. She's bummed to learn that the only reason she was brought onboard is so Russell could pitch her for money for his program. In other news, Bailey wants funding for a human genome mapping lab. Cristina gives it to her if only to tick off Russell and get more cases to work on.